Karbi Girl Paulina Teronpi Wins Octave Mega Singing Competition, 2019
The Octave Mega singing competition 2019 organised by Music House private limited and supported by Karbi Student Association (KSA) held its grand finale at Joysing Doloi auditorium hall on Tuesday.Inside Northeast ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಬುಧವಾರ, ಜುಲೈ 31, 2019
Diphu, August 1, 2019:
The Octave Mega singing competition 2019 organised by Music House private limited and supported by the Karbi Students’ Association (KSA) held its grand finale at Joysing Doloi auditorium hall on Tuesday.
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16 participants competed in the final round and Paulina Teronpi won the winner’s cash prize of 1 lakh rupees along with glittering trophy. 1st runners up award went to Pujashree Kemprai and Vitali Gogoi, while the 2nd runners up award went to S Khushboo Rahman and Manoj Ingti.
In the upcoming year 2020, the 2nd Octave Mega singing competition will include participants from across the Northeast, the organizers have said.
Karbi Students’ Association Vice President Mirjeng Kro said that by observing the new generation’s great affection towards singing, they came up with a platform where they could display their talent on a grand stage.
It may be mentioned that Karbi Anglong has seen its fair share of cultural events the last month, as Korean star Jang Hangbyul also made a stop at Diphu to meet and interact with K-pop fans. Moreover, the Karbi Youth Fest held every year is one of the most colorful and high-profile festivals which is held in the entire Northeast.
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